MAGDA BIELECKA

“My name is Magda Bielecka. I’m 35. I’m a graphic/pattern/toy designer from Poland.”

WHAT KIND OF MUSIC DO YOU LIKE? ANY FAVOURITE MUSIC ARTIST?
“I,m a groovie girl . I like new funk, instrumental hip-hop, electronic sounds, beats that can make my day.
In this very moment I listen new album of DJ Day.”

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TELL US SOMETHING THAT YOU LOVE AND SOMETHING THAT YOU HATE.
“I love to meet new people – interacting with them, spends good time making new thinkgs. I’m a huugge fan of music and expressing this through dance.
I hate the lack of respect to each other and the people/environment”

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WHAT DOES DESIGN MEAN FOR YOU?
“Constant process of trying to improve technique and develop the idea on actual creative field.
Love to inventing stuff in industry worlds.
Create to boost people senses.”

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WHICH ARTIST HAS MOST INFLUENCED YOUR STYLE? WHY?
“I like Jeff Soto – great graffiti artist, Louise Evans – soft sculpture maker – her works opened my head, so I’m crossing every boundaries of creativity.
Jeff Jones – great comic creator. I love Andrzej Wroblewski – polish painter for his sense of observation.”

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WHICH IS THE THING THAT YOU USUALLY FIND EASIER TO DO IN YOUR WORKS?
AND WHAT ABOUT THE HARDER ONE?
“Every creature appears with a sudden idea and it is designed and developed on a piece of paper – and this is the easy part.
Then it is polished up and finally – draw/illustrate/modeled or sewed.
Every character/creature has a background story. I feel strongly about this.
I am very much devoted to old school work with regards to artwork, sewing and quality. I think the reason for that is maybe because the process is as important as the finished product. While making something, I enjoy the process, from sketch to every last stitch – and this is hard part. I think the key is when I’m making/producing a piece it’s not just about having something at the end, but the enjoyment of practicing your possibility to do new things.”

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